Lido Diving was a pool diving game released along with the Lido Deck on October 1, 2001 in version 2 of Habbo. It was a game where the SnowStorm, Battleball, and Wobble Squabble), were removed from Habbo following the New Habbo update due to incompatibility with Flash.
Lido Diving was accessible by going through to the second part of the Lido Deck.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
There were a couple aspects of gameplay in Lido Diving.
Before anything else, players had to use the A and D keys to run off of the diving board. Then when they got to the end they has to press the space key to jump off, if they didn't press it then they would just run off of the diving board.
Tricks[edit | edit source]
The main part of Lido Diving was doing tricks mid-air. Players did tricks using the W, A, S, D, E, Z, and X keys on their keyboard. Each key made the players Habbo perform a different trick mid-air.
Spectator Voting[edit | edit source]
Spectators could vote on Habbos' performances diving using a voting list located on the taskbar.
Cost[edit | edit source]
Lido Diving initially cost 1 Gaming Ticket in order to use the Diving board, but Habbo later announced a decision to make diving free permanently (implemented in version 33). It was free up until its removal in 2009 (in version 34 of Habbo).
Closure[edit | edit source]
Lido Diving was permanently closed after the Habbo Beta, this was due to incompatibility with the new Flash client.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- According to varied sources, previous Sulake Shockwave Developer Toto (Otto Nieminen) was one of the people who worked on Lido Diving specifically.